Brian Kelly says Cole Kmet will play on Saturday at Georgia.— Pete Sampson (@PeteSampson_) September 16, 2019Getting Kmet back may not be enough to swing the game though. Georgia has one of the best offenses in the nation, led by an NFL-caliber quarterback in Jake Fromm. The Fighting Irish are 13.5-point underdogs heading into Sanford Stadium.Nevertheless, having one of their best receivers back in time for the biggest game of their season can only be a positive.The game will be played on Saturday at 8:00 p.m. EST and will air on CBS. SOUTH BEND, IN – NOVEMBER 14: Head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the sidelines during the third quarter at Notre Dame Stadium on November 14, 2015 in South Bend, Indiana. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish won 28-7. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)Notre Dame is a heavy underdog to Georgia in Week 4, with the latter sitting as double-digit favorites in the game. But Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly just provided an injury update that bodes very well for their offense.Speaking to the media on Monday, Kelly revealed that starting tight end Cole Kmet will play on Saturday. Kmet broke his collarbone before the start of the season and missed the first few weeks.His return will be a welcome sight for Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book, who gets one of his top targets from 2018 back. Book has six passing touchdowns with no interceptions so far this season.As a sophomore, Kmet had 15 receptions for 162 yards as the No. 2 tight end. With Alize Mack gone, he is now the starter.
FLSmidth has provided Glencore’s Katanga Mining operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with a new 7 m grinding mill. Katanga Mining operates a large scale copper/cobalt project with substantial high grade mineral reserves and integrated metallurgical operations and the new grinding mill will be delivered ex-works together with associated equipment. It is likely to be commissioned in the third quarter of 2014 at the mine’s copper KCC concentrator plant.The new equipment will be commissioned into an existing milling plant at the Katanga concentrator, in which multiple AG and ball mills already operate. Terence Osborn, Minerals Capital Sales and Marketing Manager at FLSmidth says the new grinding mill will boost plant reliability and enable production throughput predictability. “It has been well proven to be high quality and reliable equipment, and we have a growing relationship with this client,” Osborn says. In addition, Katanga Mining will implement FLSmidth’s proprietary Process Expert System (PXP) advanced process control mill optimisation package. This high level process control solution is a proven method to simultaneously reduce cost and improve product quality. “The mill is running in closed circuit with hydrocyclones and we’ve developed software that takes the milling plant operation into account holistically,” Osborn says. “Having expert knowledge of mill circuits, we’re in an ideal position to ensure that the whole system runs in a well-balanced and optimal manner harnessing PXP to achieve a consistent throughput.He added: “Achieving consistency is particularly important at this operation, since test work data indicates that the ore from this project will be variable from a hardness perspective and this always makes mill circuit control more challenging. The best way to maximise plant productivity is to maximise stability. By running the plant as consistently as possible, the mine will achieve a better quality downstream product.”